The two new 'Voice' coaches didn't waste any time making waves in a sneak peek of Season 11.
'The Voice' coach defended now-deleted Tweets poking fun at gay and non-American people, and announcing his 'sick fantasy' about a young Dakota Fanning.
"This time with what I happened to be going through in my life, being honest was never really a choice," the country singer told Billboard.
Debra was not Messing around when she came for Blake over his Donald Trump comments.
Shelton admitted his feelings for Stefani grew from an unlikely place.
Shelton said he was just 'trying to pick the pieces up from being at the rock bottom and then trying to moving forward' when he and Gwen Stefani became a couple.
The country star turned 40 on June 18, and he celebrated with a live duet of his collaboration with Gwen Stefani, 'Go Ahead and Break My Heart.'
The show's Top 9 delivered some stunning performances, but it was a duet among the coaches that demanded the audience's attention.
Blake's comments came after a CMT review of "Daddy Lessons" that was extremely grumpy about Beyonce's genre crossover, deeming it 'as country as 'Single Ladies'.'
Michelle Obama proved she knows her Blake Shelton discography.